Over recent months I've noticed the spreading of a new disease in football, its symptoms include memory loss, myopia and something allied to Tourette's syndrome. I've taken to calling it Fickle Fan Syndrome and it seems to apply equally to all Clubs.
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The big news today was about a serial cheat, who has chosen to speak to the media admitting his cheating. Obviously the widespread condemnation of this has created a buzz in the media which in turn sells newspapers and fills column inches.
Wayne Rooney has been ruled out of Manchester United’s clash against Liverpool at Old Trafford this Sunday. Nani and Anderson are back in the squad after recovering from hamstring problems. How will their return to the action boost United?
There’s something magic about the FA Cup. Well that’s what fans, the media and the sponsors would have you believe.
Only this weekend there was magic and it was dark-magic that looked down upon football thanks to Luis Suarez’s latest controversy.
This year is a strange year in the Premier League for one single reason. A reason that's so obvious that when I tell you what it is you'll smile and wonder why you didn't see it, a reason that's staring you in the face yet you haven't noticed it until it was pointed out.
The accidental comedy that is 'Being Liverpool' brings us insight into the current state of affairs at what was once the greatest Club in Europe, narrated in the hushed tones of reverence that Clive Owen brings to the show.
As Manchester United played our greatest rivals on Sunday I thought it time to assess their progress towards adding to their titles in the light of their highly publicized documentary.
It's often said that at the end of the season the league doesn't lie. After 5 games Liverpool have their worst start for over 100 years, and sit in the relegation zone with no wins yet and 2 home defeats to top 4 teams.
Manchester United face Liverpool on Sunday in what will no doubt be a highly-emotional game at Anfield. The match will be Liverpool’s first home game since the Hillsborough Independent Panel revealed the full tragic truth of what happened 23 years ago at that FA Cup semi-final when 96 Liverpool fans sadly perished.
It has been said time and time again this week in every newspaper and sports outlet that you could possibly think of that this is a weekend where nothing else but respect will matter.
Usually every summer the off-season is famous for the transfer merry-go-round of players. Within a fortnight of the season ending jobs were vacant at Aston Villa, Chelsea, Liverpool and at West Brom.
An early strike from Javier Hernandez proved the difference in Wales as Manchester United overcame a good Swansea City side who certainly based on their performance yesterday should avoid relegation back down to the Championship.
Manchester United will be heading into Wales tomorrow to face last season’s Championship play-off winners Swansea City at the New Liberty Stadium in what will be a huge game for both sides.